|Cinnamon Rollups, the best|
I smelled it and then a really good feeling overcame me and the day was going to be better than it already was. Once I realized that effect cinnamon had on me when I was in my 20s, I bought cinnamon sticks for my tea or coffee continuously. I still have them today, over 50 years later. (Not the same ones! LOL!) And now that cinnamon offers more than an aroma...well, I'm getting to that soon for a dramatic ending to this post.
First, a little background on cinnamon. Cinnamon usually comes from Sri Lanka, India, Vietnam, and Burma, and source is a cinnamon tree, an evergreen with a soft bark.
The Huffington Post says, "Cinnamon farmers first shave the outer bark off the trees, and then shave off the inner bark -- the cinnamon layer." Then it naturally curls into sticks known as "quills."
So here's the really good news aside from the spiffing aroma.
|Rush UMC mice eating cinnamon|
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